Categories: Exhibitions

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Spring Show 2022

                  Come see our Spring Show opening tomorrow! Spring Show 2022 celebrates a rich, immersive future as imagined by the next generation of creative artists We are happy to announce the in-person return of the Academy of Art University’s highly anticipated annual Spring Show which will open…

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SPRING SHOW 2021

THE SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE AT THE ACADEMY OF ART UNIVERSITY INVITES YOU TO THIS YEAR’S SPRING SHOW   Meet the Future of Art, Design, and Architecture The best work of the graduating B.Arch and M.Arch thesis students is exhibited as part of the Academy of Art University’s annual Spring Show which showcases the achievements of…

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Resilient

Resilient Architecture students address challenges that affect tectonic, social, environmental, and cultural factors. The book is a catalog accompanying the exhibition at the atelier as part of the 2016 Architecture and the City Festival in San Francisco. The book is available in our onsite Brannan Branch Library.

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Future Cities

Examining Future Urban Conditions   Opening: Monday, September 10, 6:00 – 8:00 PM with lecture by Keller Easterling The School of Architecture is addressing city development and growth as both a global and local phenomenon. The theme of future cities will be addressed in the dialogue initiated by the public lecture and continued in the…

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Graduate Faculty included in an exhibition in Berlin, Germany

Graduate Faculty included in an exhibition in Berlin, Germany M.Arch Faculty Member Ben Rice's autonomous drawings were recently acquired for the permanent collection of the Architekturmuseum at TU Berlin. They will be part of an exhibit titled “Artifacts of Architectural Design and their Knowledge Practice: Sketching, Drawing, Scripting and Modeling” the exhibition is up until February 22nd at…

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Terrain Vague

Terrain Vague: The Space of the Possible   It is difficult to discern whether or not Ignasi Sola de Morales coined the term, “terrain vague” to refer to the spatial detritus of cities, but we do continue to credit him. We credit him, in part, because his essay, in which the term appears, marks the entry…

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Resilient

Announcing School of Architecture Exhibition Opening Reception for Resilient   Please join us for the Opening Reception of the School of Architecture Atelier Exhibition  Resilient at 79 New Montgomery on Wednesday evening, Sept 28th at 6pm-8pm. The exhibition is in concert with the AIA San Francisco and Center for Architecture + Design 2016 Architecture and the City Festival –…

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Alexandra Neyman in the Future Fires Festival

Alexandra Neyman in the Future Fires Festival Undergraduate Architecture faculty, Alexandra Neyman participated in the Future Fires Festival and its first one day event on March 18th, 2017.  The first experimental exhibit, the Luminary, at the Midway Gallery in San Francisco combined art, architecture, music and technology.  "Future Fires brings together artists, designers and architects…

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Architect and Activist Teddy Cruz at the YBCA March 9th

Architect and Activist Teddy Cruz at the YBCA March 9th   https://www.ybca.org/whats-on/visualizing-citizenship Composed of videos, diagrams, maps, and visual narratives designed in collaboration with Studio Matthias Göerlich, the exhibition presents The Political Equator (2011), a video and wall diagram that captures a collective border-crossing performance through a drainage pipe joining two marginalized neighborhoods along the…

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The School of Architecture welcomes our Summer Expo 2016 students!

From left to right: Eric Lum, Online Director, R. Tuncoy, and Phillip Bailey.

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Kuka Robot Arm

Kuka Robot Arm Check out the new Kuka Robot Arm in action at the Brannan workshop - this study by faculty member Peter Suen and Greg Grundstrom from the shop explores one of many new possibilities with this tool. <cite="https: www.facebook.com="" 215399411898456="" videos="" 765583080213417="" "="">Robot Arm first test. Video and Arm programming by Greg Grundstrom</cite="https:>

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SOMArts Cultural Center Exhibit features ARH 210 Student Work

AAU B.Arch Studio ARH 210: SELF GENERATING LOGICS is honored to be a part of SOMArts CULTURAL CENTER EXHIBIT: “MAKING A SCENE” Night Light: Multimedia Garden Party #nightlightparty Saturday, July 18TH, 2015 | 934 Brannan St, San Francisco, CA 94103 | 8:30PM-12AM tickets available: nightlightparty.eventbrite.com Saturday, July 18, Night Light: Multimedia Garden Party blankets SOMArts Cultural Center…

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@Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz

@Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz Chinese artist Ai Weiwei will be creating an exhibition on Alcatraz Island that will be on view from September 27, 2014 to April 26, 2015. For more information, see http://www.for-site.org/projects/upcoming/.

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United Nations Association 70th Anniversary Art Exhibition at SFSU

United Nations Association 70th Anniversary Art Exhibition at SFSU   A CALL FOR ART SUBMISSIONS: Deadline September 30, 2013 *PLEASE WIDELY DISTRIBUTE* Greetings! As Chair of the Art Committee of the United Nations Association, San Francisco Chapter (UNASF), I will be curating its 70th Anniversary Art Exhibition. This exhibition will be held at San Francisco…

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From Steel to Wheels – See AAU ARCH Student Work at Exhibition

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Smarter Living – The 2,000 Watt Society Exhibition

Smarter Living - The 2,000 Watt Society Exhibition   November 12 - 30, 2012 601 Brannan Street, San Francisco, CA  94107, Ground Floor Opening reception Nov. 12 6pm Public exhibition hours: 10:00am - 6:00pm In 2008, the citizens of Zurich approved a referendum that set the goal of reducing energy consumption by each person from…

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Design Night: From Idealism To Realism – Exhibit

Design Night: From Idealism to Realism Celebrating Public Interest Design   The heroes of public interest design are bringing the benefits of good design to those who need it most. Join us as we celebrate these design pioneers and unveil 12 new exhibits about their work. You’ll experience: Exhibition Opening! A heroes toast to world-changing designers.…